That's pretty much my point. Fans run around saying how great they'll be once the team string together the perfect 80 minutes when it's impossible. The great sides keep concentration and don't throw games away
As you said earlier, fatigue from the new interchange rules won't help concentration, might give us fans a few more nail biters and coaches more grey hairs though.
Salford were excellent last night despite Wire being under strength. What did people think to Holdsworth?
I think he looks decent tbh, a lot better than what we presently have and a good boot on him, I would not be disappointed with him but in all honesty I would like the club to aim higher, though on saying that I suppose it depends on who we get at f/back if we get a good creative f/back Holdsworth may well work.
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As you mention it the coach has broke down twice this season. Last night it didn't technically break down it ran out of fuel :O Either way sat on the roadside for 3 hours waiting for a coach Isn't the best preparation for a game of rugby league and not hard to see why we started so slowly.
Hilarious......you have a game in lancashire and you didnt fill the coach up or has the credit ran out for the diesel.Why didnt you do what Hudds did and get taxis to the ground.
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Thats why you got the Bullet Agar...Adam Pearson wants winners...not useless gits like you.
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